Caring for Children, Women, and Families Living With and Affected by HIV
EGPAF supports the provision of comprehensive HIV care and treatment services to secure the long-term health and well-being of families affected by HIV. Supported activities include:
- Linking of mothers and infants receiving prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services to adult and pediatric HIV care and treatment programs.
- Early identification and testing of HIV-exposed infants and young children using the best available screening methods.
- Provision of comprehensive HIV care and treatment, including antiretroviral therapy, for infants, children, and adolescents to address their specialized medical, psychological, and social needs.
- Provision of comprehensive HIV care and treatment for adults, with an emphasis on securing access to antiretroviral therapy for all eligible HIV-positive pregnant women.
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EGPAF's Care and Treatment Programs in Action